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“Julie Goren’s book “Litigation by the Numbers” is an excellent reference manual which covers the filing of a complaint thru the resolution of a case. Information is presented in a logical and concise manner. Her explanations of “what, how, and why” will answer any question you may have regarding each phase of a case. I keep my copy of this manual handy and always refer to it. This is an invaluable reference for any litigation secretary or paralegal.”
Estelle Pete, Orange County
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